At Ekya, school clubs are for the students, of the students and by the students with guidance from teachers and mentors. Each club carries has its own dedicated objective and provides students with opportunities to identify and nurture their unique talents.
The Environment clubs at Ekya are partnered with Reap Benefit, a program with aim to create Leaders for Environmental Awareness and Protection (L.E.A.P) among our students. The club gives them the platform they need to make their contributions towards preserving the environment. Promoting a clean and green consciousness across all stakeholders, the club members ensure employment of effective waste management within the campus and the neighbouring community. The club educates students about gardening and its importance – they learn techniques, floral designs and are taught the concept of reduce, reuse and recycle.
Click here to read the Environmental Club Project report from Ekya JP Nagar
The club aims to foster a love for language, enhance literary creativity and provide an avenue for self-expression beyond the school curriculum. In addition to driving the schools’ Editorial board, the club focuses on honing the literary skills of students. It inspires students to develop a taste for literature and also work in the direction of enhancing the students’ spoken and written language. The club hosts a variety of activities with the aim to build up the confidence and groom the schools’ talents for interpersonal activities and competitions.
This club works towards identifying the sporting talent at our schools. Sportsmanship lies at the heart of this club as it drives students to be their best on the field, providing opportunities at inter and intra competitions. Through the club, the school’s talent have the ability to observe, analyse, judge performances of them and their peers. The club also works towards developing self-confidence and self-esteem through positive sporting experience.
The aim of the club is provide a platform for students to learn STEM Robotics, using versatile LEGO robotics kits. It enables club members to understand mechanical engineering, software development, electronics concepts and robotics principles with the right guidance and equipment.
ICT or Information and Communication Technology Club aims to nurture creative and programming skills in students, helping them sharpen their research and presentation skills. The club also aims to promote innovation among its members as they seek out technological solutions to problems that may arise in a school environment. It helps students improve their design capabilities and their skills with communication and information technology. It encourages members to appreciate the role of Information and Communication in today’s world. Students are introduced to website building and design among other activities.
The club’s aim is to develop the debating skills of students, enabling members to work on their oration and ability to make effective argument. In addition to this, the club encourages students who want to improve the communication skills and stage presence. It provides a forum for keen debaters to practice and share their feedback. The club members work in tandem to analyse and dissect topics of discussion, select and evaluate evidences, construct and refute arguments.